Welcome To St. Nicholas Orthodox Church
Welcome to Saint Nicholas Orthodox Christian Church. We are glad you found our website! We are a Christ centered church who loves to have visitors. Whether you are a Christian or not, you are welcome to join us anytime.
You are welcome to visit during one of our services or you can contact us to schedule a visit at a different time. Our priest loves to meet with visitors and we also offer tours of the church.
Through this web site, we are pleased to be able to introduce you to the worship and fellowship as it is expressed in the life of our Parish. If you are a new member of our parish, or are considering membership, these web pages will acquaint you with what our parish offers. We hope you will consider paying us a visit and joining us for worship.
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Today is the day when we remember the Life Giving Cross. It is made of wood, but has been endowed with enormous power when our Lord was crucified upon it. Indeed, it is a pious belief that the Cross corresponded to the Trtee in the Garden of Eden. St. Romanos the Melodist hymned beautifully of this in "On the Adoration at the Cross": “The Most High planted in the middle of Paradise The thrice blessed wood, the gift of life for us, In order that, in approaching it, Adam might find eternal and immortal life, But he did not strive earnestly to know this life, And he failed to attain it, and revealed death. However, the robber, seeing how the plant in Eden Had been beautifully transplanted in Golgotha, Recognized the life in it and said to himself: `This is what my father lost formerly In Paradise.'” ...
A Prayer in the face of inclement weather O Master, Lord our God, Who through Thy consubstantial Word, Who is without beginning, and Thy life-giving Spirit, Who is equal in honor, hast brought everything out of nothingness into being; Who hast set sandy barriers to the sea, and hast weighed the mountains and the valleys in a balance; Who hast measured the skies and holds the water in the palm of Thy hand; ...
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, This weekend has two hugely significant events. Saturday is the Commemoration of the Nativity of the Theotokos. If you remember the story, birth of the child Mary to her mother Anna has parallels to the conception and birth of St. John the Baptist, to his parents Zacharias and Elizabeth...
There are a couple of ways of looking at this weekend. On the one hand, it is the first day thus far that has hinted of autumn, which is always pleasing. On the other hand, four months from today is Christmas Eve, which means, roughly, that there are only 120 shopping days before Christmas...
- Vespers: Saturdays 5:00 p.m.
Liturgy: Sundays 10:00 a.m.
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